Webinar: Using Covered Call ETFs to Increase Yield for Investors
Date: Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET

Yield can be difficult to source in today’s low rate environment. For your clients who are looking for income in their investment portfolios, Evolve ETFs offers 8% yield generating strategies utilizing covered calls in healthcare, materials & mining, US banks, and an actively managed future leadership fund.

What is your strategy for yield? Please join us to discuss the benefits of utilizing covered call ETFs.


Healthcare. Evolve Global Healthcare Enhanced Yield Fund.

Materials & Mining. Evolve Global Materials & Mining Enhanced Yield Index ETF.

US Banks. Evolve US Banks Enhanced Yield Fund.

Future Leadership. Evolve Future Leadership Fund.

For more information on investing in ETFs with a covered call strategy, please contact us or join the webinar.

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This presentation is CE Credit pending.

Covered Call ETFs

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